At The Vision Show 2018, Teledyne DALSA will showcase a number of its latest machine vision cameras, vision processors, and vision controllers at its booth.
GEVA 4000 multi-camera industrial vision controllers are equipped with a Gen5 Core i7 processor and 16 GB of RAM, as well as four GigE camera ports that connect internally through independent data lanes to alleviate bandwidth bottlenecks and each port is expandable by using external switches to accommodate larger camera configurations. Individual camera ports can acquire at ~700 Mbps (~ 6 fps @ 5MPixel color).
BOA Spot ID Vision sensors, which combine 1D/2D code reading with OCR and verification tools, will also be on display. These sensors feature CMOS image sensors and integrated LED lighting, lens, and processing. Additionally, the sensors feature embedded vision tools for matching, counting, feature finding, and measuring applications.
Teledyne DALSA will also preview its Linea-ML multi-line CMOS camera at The Vision Sow 2018, as well as other monochrome, color, and infrared area scan cameras, image processing software, smart cameras, and vision systems.
The Vision Show 2018 booth number: 517
To Learn More
Contact: Teledyne DALSA
Headquarters: Waterloo, ON, Canada
Products: GEVA 4000 industrial vision controller, BOA Spot ID vision sensors, Linea-ML multi-line CMOS camera, and additional machine vision cameras and software.
What Teledyne DALSA says:
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